Hey guys! Today I’m going to do a small blog post on my updated eye makeup routine with three new products from KIKO, The Face Shop and Deborah Milano.
KIKO Milano Gel Eyeliner: I was really happy to attend the launch of KIKO. I actually got introduced to their brand in 2015 when I got a few of their nail polishes as gifts from Italy! They have recently launched their store in DLF Mall of India and their is nothing you wouldn’t want.
My obsession with gel eyeliner is pretty much on a rampage. I was never fond of liquid eyeliners: they never dried as quickly as I’d want them to, and they were so difficult to clean up. Then I started using Bobbi Brown Gel Eye Liner and never looked back. So when it got over (and dry), I was so upset, I didn’t use any for months.
Bringing my winged liner back to life, Kiko Gel Eyeliner is good on quantity (it’s a good ol’ pot which can last you about a year, even if you use it everyday). It’s high on pigment and has a jelly like consistency.
The not so good part? It does smudge. A little. I could blame the amount of extra humidity that has been in my stratosphere off late. I should. But then, I do wish it wouldn’t smudge, since nobody really likes their eyeliner running out.
Price: Rs 950
The Face Shop Designing Eyebrow Pencil: You all know how excited I am about Korean beauty brand The Face Shop coming to India last month, and I;m super psyched about reviewing a lot of their products. Today, however is about their awesome designing eyebrow pencil. Be it Emilia Clarke or Cara Delevigne, eyebrows are huge on the ramp, but also in real life. There is such a subtle difference by using an eyebrow pencil, especially for someone like me who doesn’t thread their eyebrows.
The colour I used is dark brown, which completely matches my natural hair colour. It’s got an angled tip (like an angled brush) making it easy to fill in and darken your brows. The two-sided stick has a grooming brush, which is really helpful for anybody who use eyebrow gel or just have bushy brows.
Deborah Milano Volume & Curves Mascara: After my Bobbi Brown Mascara started running dry, I immediately reviewed the mascara from Deborah Milano.
I’m mostly having a ball with this, not because it’s a good formula but also because of the brush. Because it’s an angular brush, I actually end up using a mascara on my lower lashes as well as the innermost lashes.
Price: Rs 595
Let me know if you have tried these brands or about your favourite eye makeup in the comments’ section.
Thanks for reading!